I Am NOT a Dinosaur!

I Am NOT a Dinosaur! By: Will Lach Illustrated by: Jonny Lambert Everybody knows kids love dinosaurs but there is more to prehistoric life than good, old T. rex and his dino-pals.  This book introduces a host of animals found in the fossil halls at the American Museum of Natural History that are definitely NOT […]

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Over-Scheduled Andrew

Over-Scheduled Andrew By Ashley Spires We’ve all been there, with so many things on our schedule that we can’t possibly keep up. That’s what happened to Andrew when he started adding things to his schedule to help make his time in drama class better. He added debate to help him speak more clearly, then dance […]

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Love Monster and the Last Chocolate

Love Monster and the Last Chocolate By Rachel Bright If you’ve followed this blog for the last couple of years, you might have noticed that I LOVE the Love Monster. I thought the first book was adorable and the sequels tickled me in new ways. These stories are a little silly, but full of heart, […]

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Miles is a Mighty Brothersaurus

Miles is a Mighty Brothersaurus By Samantha Kurtzman-Counter and Abbie Schiller If you have more than one child, you know that sometimes kids can compare themselves to their siblings. Maybe one is great at math, or sports, or science, but their younger (or older) sibling feels like they can’t be as impressive or successful. This […]

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Everyone Loves Cupcake

Everyone Loves Cupcake By:  Kelly DiPucchio   This hilarious follow-up to Ms. DiPucchio’s EVERYONE LOVES BACON is even funnier than the first story.  Cupcake dresses to impress.  Her smile is brilliant.  Her wave is flawless.  She even wears a tiara.  Cupcake alienates all of the other desserts in her quest to be perfect.  Then she […]

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President Squid

 President Squid By Aaron Reynolds Illustrated by Sara Varon We have a new president. Half of the grown-ups around are now ready to wait 4 years for a new one. The other half are excited to see what wonderful things their choice will make as the leader of our country. The kids of the US […]

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